Golden Globes Reviews, Interviews & More

Oscar Scuttlebutt: Golden Globe Winners, 'Argo' Love And 'Zero Dark Thirty'...

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Every year at the Golden Globes the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) honors actors, directors and films in ways that may not line up with the Oscars. After the Globes were announced, many are speculating that this could be the year of the great Oscar upset. Then there's Kathryn Bigelow, who is fighting on for her movie Zero Dark Thirty as the political critics continue to...

Oscar Scuttlebutt: DGA, Razzies, BAFTA And Golden Globes

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Right now it feels like awards season is repeatedly beating us over the head with news. The past three days have been chock full of nomination announcement news between the DGA Awards, the BAFTA's and even the Razzies. You just can't escape the awards season wave, but we're here to help you find out who's been showered with awards affection or snubbed on this week's Oscar Scuttlebutt.

News Roundup: Tina Fey And Amy Poehler Tease The Golden Globes, First Look...

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In the first promo, BFF's Tina Fey and Amy Poehler give us a sneak peek at what the Golden Globes will be like on January 13th. And we cannot wait. The Globes are going to be amazing and hilarious and awesome because you just can't go wrong with hosts like these. Also, Pixar released the very first look at Monsters University. And we've got another 2012 movie-mashup video for...

Amy Poehler And Tina Fey To Host 2013 Golden Globes

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Providing a stark contrast to the Academy Awards selecting Seth MacFarlane as their 2013 host, the Golden Globes actually got someone funny to host.  Two funny people, in fact—Amy Poehler and Tina Fey, two of the funniest people on TV, with two of the funniest television programs on the air (Parks and Recreation and 30 Rock, respectively).

Golden Globes 2012: 'The Artist,' Kelsey Grammer, and George Clooney Take...

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The Golden Globes—the goofy little brother of the Academy Awards—were held Sunday night in Los Angeles, doling out awards to members of the film and TV community in a televised orgy of celebrity backslapping mixed with occasional hilarious criticism from host Ricky Gervais (“the Globes are just like the Oscars, but without all that esteem. The Globes are to the Oscars...

New British Immigration Law Allows Oscar Winners To Short-Cut The...

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Since immigrations law isn’t a touchy issue at all, I’m really sure this is going to go over really, really well with people.   You see, today marks the day that England’s Tier 1 visa law goes into effect, which, in addition to letting the cream of the science and engineering crop sneak in early as well, essentially allows celebrity award winners to “fast-track” the immigration...

2011 Golden Globes Winners - Predictable and Safe

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Sunday night, the 68th Annual Golden Globes aired on NBC and the most exciting thing to come out of it was Ricky Gervais. No one was at the water cooler this morning talking about who won for Best Actor or Actress, instead they were more concerned with who Gervais pissed off during his opening monologue. Since when does the host steal the spotlight from the films and its stars? Perhaps the...

Ricky Gervais Golden Globes 2011 - What Did You Think?

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Sunday night, British actor and comedian Ricky Gervais hosted the 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards for the second straight year. The host pulled no punches with his opening monologue and he kept the audience on their toes throughout the night with his sarcastic and straight for the jugular quips. No one was spared from his ridicule, not even the president of the Hollywood Foreign Press! Here...

2011 Golden Globes Winners List - Fincher, Bale, Portman, Firth

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On Sunday night the 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards took place honoring the best in film and television from 2010. Some big winners from this year's event included The Social Network, The Fighter, and The King's Speech, all of whom had actors, writers, and composers expected to dominate their respective categories. Check...

2011 Golden Globes - Best Picture - The Social Network

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The award for Best Picture Drama at the 68th Annual Golden Globes went to The Social Network. The David Fincher directed film about Facebook has swept the majority of the critic awards this season, and it continues to plow its way through the competition. Producer Scott Rudin accepted on behalf of the cast and crew and stated that he's waited 30 years...

2011 Golden Globes - Best Actor - Colin Firth

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The Best Actor in a Drama trophy went to Colin Firth at the 68th Annual Golden Globes. The actor picked up the award for his performance as King George VI, in The King's Speech. While on stage he spoke about going through a bit of a midlife crisis, and how winning for Best Actor is the only thing keeping him off a Harley Davidson. See who he beat out below...

2011 Golden Globes - Best Actress - Natalie Portman

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As expected Natalie Portman took home the award for Best Actress in a Drama for her performance as Nina in Black Swan. She thanked her parents, her grandmother, and her fiance who also choreographed the performances in the film. It was a light, yet somewhat emotional speech that had her co-stars elated. See who she beat out...

2011 Golden Globes - Best Director - David Fincher

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Continuing on his awards sweep, David Fincher took home the honor in the Best Director category at the 68th Annual Golden Globes. Fincher came well prepared with a written speech where he discussed how the script for The Social Network was brought to him by producer Scott Rudin, and how he had no idea how successful it would become. See who he beat out...

2011 Golden Globes - Best Animated Film - Toy Story 3

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As expected, Toy Story 3 walked away with the award for Best Animated Feature Film at the 68th Annual Golden Globes. Sunday evening the honor was accepted by director Lee Unkrich, who made a crack to presenters Justin Bieber and Hailee Steinfeld about them not being born when the first Toy Story came out. This film is pretty much a shoe in to win in the same...

2011 Golden Globes - Best Supporting Actor - Christian Bale

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One of the most predictable categories at the 68th Annual Golden Globes was for Best Supporting Actor. The statue went to Christian Bale for his portrayal of Dicky Hedlund in the boxing drama The Fighter. The actor previously picked up the award in the same category at Friday night's Critics Choice Awards. See who he beat out below...

Leighton Meester, Robert Pattinson, Matt Damon to Present at Golden Globes

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The Golden Globe Awards are about two weeks away and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association are in the process of finalizing their list of presenters. Instead of releasing a press announcement like any normal group would, they've been unveiling the names of attendees via Twitter. Yep, the HFPA are hip with the times. Check out the presenters below...

2011 Golden Globe Snubs and Surprises - TV Edition

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Every year, we wake up ridiculously early (here on the West coast) to check out the nominees for the annual Golden Globes, and like clockwork we're always disappointed. Don't get us wrong, there were a few surprises for many actors and shows this year but not enough to compensate for the Hollywood Foreign Press' utter disregard for some diamonds in the rough. Did you notice the lack of love...